Energi Wednesdays: Carbin & Slimez(18+)

Artists to watch; Carbin and Slimez make their Energi Wednesdays debut this May. Bass music fans what do you think?

V2 Presents & Sky SLC Present

Carbin + Slimez

We will be giving you that extra voltage off ENERGI you need every single Wednesday night in the form of dance music! 18+ will be dancing downstairs and we have a 21+ only area upstairs for you to enjoy a cocktail while you party. It’s time to connect our ENERGI and DANCE

Venue・ Sky SLC・149 W Pierpont Ave
18+ event 21+ bar area・Doors Open at 9:00pm


About Carbin:

Carbin has been pumping out non stop high quality releases for more than 2 years now. His unique style and sound has garnered support from well known industry figures, including Excision, Zomboy, DJ Snake, NGHTMRE, and many more. In 2018, following the release of his highly acclaimed single “Boss”, his buzz culminated into touring as support for both Riot Ten and ATLiens, as well as landing slots on festivals such as Lost Lands, Dancefestopia, and others. Frequently releasing on Never Say Die’s “Black Label”, Carbin is actively solidifying his place in bass music culture. “Music is my life. I love it, I live it.” says Carbin. This level of continued dedication is why you’ll be seeing his name on lineups and tours for years to come.

About Slimez:

Cameron Kush has always been a student of sound. He began his musical journey playing guitar and piano, and drew inspiration from his idol Thom Yorke of Radiohead. He threw himself into the deep end of music production as a budding singer-songwriter who decided to self-produce his own LP. His formal training in recording and music production came from his undergraduate education at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University and from his insatiable entrepreneurial spirit. Cameron’s love affair with EDM grew while being immersed in the nightlife culture of New York City and though he has experience producing music in a wide variety of dance genres, his heart ultimately belongs to bass music. Cameron cemented his knowledge of the business and event production side of EDM by performing weekly as the resident DJ of Slake—the sister nightclub of Webster Hall. Cameron recently traded his black boots for sunglasses and relocated to Los Angeles to expose the world to his alter ego: Slimez

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